Nia Elovaris hold a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Arts from Flinders University in South Australia and completed her practical legal training at the College of Law in New South Wales. She was admitted to practice in New South Wales in 2004.
Nia has over 10 years experience in criminal law (specifically in prosecuting for the Office of Public Prosecutions in Victoria). She also has prior experience and interest in Consumer Law matters.
Nia spends her free time enjoying her new life on the Gold Coast with her young family.
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My experience was a good one. They helped ease my mind and was very helpful.
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by Jennie-Lee G. via Google
Very positive. I was really impressed by how the different jurisdictions were explained to me. One was a Civil matter and the other, the Family Court. Until the explanation I was confused and that is what was causing me distress. I am relieved to understand the difference and that is because it was explained to me in a way that I could understand. Well Worth the time and money for that peace of mind. Impressed with the follow up too. Many thanks.
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by Matt K. via Google
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